Full name John Adrian Frederick March Phillipps de Lisle
Born September 27, 1891, Kensington, London
Died November 4, 1961, Stockerston Hall, Leicestershire (aged 70 years 38 days)
Major teams Leicestershire
Batting style Right-hand bat
Relation Grandson - TJMP de Lisle
|First-class span||1921 - 1930|
John de Lisle spent his early life in India, returning to England in 1925 where he became a stockbroker as well as managing the family estates in Leicestershire. Described as a man with a passion for physical fitness, he captained Leicestershire in 1930, although he had first appeared while on leave in 1921. He made 72 and a career-best 88 on debut, but in his remaining 32 first-class matches he only averaged 8.40 with a highest score of 28.
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